Unitized First Aid Refills
We've sorted our ANSI compliant First Aid refills for you by ANSI Color Codes - in addition to the standard colorized first aid refills for visual selection by first aid item type, we also offer convenient refill packs which include the basic ANSI requirements for ANSI Type I, II, III & IV classification first aid kits - Read more about ANSI / ISEA Z308.1-2009 and new ISEA / ANSI Z308.1-2021, American National Standard—Minimum Requirements for Workplace First Aid Kits and Supplies.
ANSI First Aid Kit Refills - Color coded ANSI / ISEA First Aid Kit Refill Items - Unitized ANSI Color Code Refills
|ANSI Refill Packs||Antiseptic & Ointments||Bandages||Burn Treatment||Personal Protective
|ANSI Refill Bricks||Alcohol Prep Pads||Absorbent Compress||Burn Relief||CPR||Adhesive Tape|
|These ANSI First Aid Kit Refill Packs are designed to
replenish the key items for 10, 16, 24 & 36 unit unitized ANSI Compliant first aid kits.
|Antiseptic Cleansing Wipes||Adhesive Bandages||Exam / Medical Grade Gloves||Eye Care Products|
|Povidone Wipes||Compress Bandages||Rescue Blankets|
|Antibiotic Ointment||Conforming Gauze Roll Bandages||Insect Sting Relief Pads|
|Gauze Dressing Pads||Cold Compresses|
|Triangular Bandages||Ammonia Inhalants|
|Trauma / Pressure Bandages||Aspirin|
ANSI / ISEA Type 1, Type II, Type III and Type IV first aid kits requirements must contain the first aid supplies listed below. The quantity, dimensions, or volume listed for each supply is the minimum for compliance with ANSI / ISEA Z308.1-2009 & ANSI / ISEA Z308.1-2015, American National Standard—Minimum Requirements for Workplace First Aid Kits and Supplies. You may exceed these size requirements and still be in compliance with the ANSI / ISEA Standards, as long as the first aid items and supplies meet or exceed the performance requirements noted in the ANSI Standard.(Read more about the ANSI First Aid Standards.)
Color Coding of ANSI first aid refills is so rescuers can quickly visually identify the first aid items they need to perform first aid techniques safely and effectively on injuries.
Unit packages follow this ANSI color coding:
• BLUE - Antiseptics
• YELLOW - Bandages
• RED - Burn Treatment
• ORANGE - Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - including CPR
• GREEN – Miscellaneous
The size and style of color coding is discretionary and varies by Manufacturer but is in all cases designed to be easily identifiable.
ANSI / ISEA Z308.1-2009 and new ISEA / ANSI Z308.1-2021 Type I, II, III or IV required minimum fill for First Aid:
Required Minimum Fill
1 First Aid Guide
1 Absorbent Compress 4 x 8 in. min.
16 Adhesive Bandages 1 x 3 in.
1 Adhesive Tape 2.5 yd.
10 Antiseptic Treatment Applications 0.5 gm. each
6 Burn Treatment Applications 0.9 gm. each
4 Sterile Pads 3 x 3 in. min.
2 Pair Medical Exam Gloves
1 Triangular Bandage 40 x 40 x 56 in. min.
6 Antibiotic Treatment Applications 0.5 gm. each
Additional ANSI Recommended First Aid Supplies
Bandage Compress 2 x 36 in. min.
Breathing Barrier, single use
Burn Dressing 12 sq. in. min.
Cold Pack 4 x 5 in. min.
Eye Covering 1/4 in. thick min.
Eye/Face Wash, sterile 4 fl. oz. min
Roller Bandage 2 in. x 4 yd. min.
Hand Sanitizer, 0.9 gm. min
Why Unitized? A first aid kit need not be "Unitized" in order to be ANSI compliant. We offer ANSI First Aid Kits that are "Bulk" as well (meaning loose supplies organized within the ANSI First Aid Kit).
Unit First Aid: A system of packaging first aid materials in uniform sized packages containing one or more applications of first aid products. As an example - 1 "10 unit" ANSI First Aid Kit could hold the 10 ANSI required first aid items in 1 unit boxes. Similarly, a "36 unit" could hold the same 10 ANSI required first aid items in 1 unit boxes and still have room for 26 more "units" of first aid - this could be 26 additional 1 unit boxes, 13 additional 2 unit boxes, or a combinations such as 10 first aid items in 2 units refill boxes and 6 first aid items in 1 unit refill boxes, so the total fills the 36 "units" of empty space.
But wait - there's More! Read more about ANSI First Aid Requirements and Standards.